The Congestion Toolbox is a comprehensive collection of tools that can be used to measure, manage, reduce, and alleviate congestion.
These tools include access management, corridor planning, managed lanes, ramp metering, roundabouts,
traffic signal coordination, land-use planning and many others.
Access Management is the careful planning of the location, design, and operation of driveways, median openings, interchanges,
and street connections. The purpose of access management is to provide access to land development
in a manner that preserves the safety and efficiency of the transportation system.
is one type of intersection that may be used to improve safety, reduce congestion, calm traffic and improve
Mobility Analysis Program
Mobility analysis is used to
identify trends and examine issues related to urban traffic congestion
The freight planning web page serves as KYTC's clearinghouse
for available studies, tools and databases relating to freight.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet helps to operate and maintain six of the ten
ferries operating in the Commonwealth.
The Kentucky Rail system is an integral part of moving freight and people
throughout the state.
Riverports are an invaluable component of Kentucky’s transportation and economic system.
Transportation Cabinet's Department of Aviation is responsible for aviation in
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet helps coordinate the Bicycle and Pedestrian
efforts within the Commonwealth.